The monitoring, measurement, and management of solid dust in many industries continues to be one of the most important issues in occupational health and safety.
Dust monitoring is frequently a crucial component of a project because it can have a significant impact on industries like mining and construction that are greatly impacted by dust or air quality.
Dust and other particulate matter have been shown to have a deleterious impact on the respiratory system of the body as well as the ability to aggravate asthma and other underlying disorders.
To ensure that your monitoring programme is correctly connected with the environmental and health outcomes of the works, it is imperative to have the appropriate dust monitoring equipment. From this point, you can gauge the effects of the project and the success of the dust-suppression measures.
The dust monitoring system, which is based on Internet of Things and artificial intelligence technology, collects data from sensors (PM2.5, PM10, noise, wind speed, wind direction, wind power, atmospheric pressure, air temperature and humidity, TSP, and so on) and displays it in real-time on an LED screen.
Then upload it to a professional platform for PC or APP inspection, which is easy for remote monitoring of the on-site environment and rapid decision-making, and can realise accurate dust monitoring and dust pollution prevention.
The dust monitoring system has high-precision sensors for PM10, PM2.5, TSP, wind speed, wind direction, and other monitoring instruments.
These sensors enable the dust monitoring equipment to accurately monitor the real-time values of various monitoring elements in the construction environment, with high data measurement accuracy and small errors. Work that is carried out continuously for 24 hours a day.
The online dust monitoring system uses the cloud platform as its monitoring interface. It has the capability of receiving all of the data that is supplied by the monitoring station, displaying the real-time data on the platform interface through the use of numbers or dashboards, and automatically storing historical data, analysing the data, and displaying it in the shape of a curve.
Users have the ability to examine and retrieve historical data in stages that are tailored to their specific requirements.
It is convenient for users to receive the data uploaded by the monitoring equipment in real time, and various parameters can also be directly performed on the terminal.
In addition to the cloud platform that our company provides, which can be viewed and monitored on the computer, it also supports various terminal login methods such as mobile APP and WeChat public account. configurations to realise the aim of doing automatic monitoring from a remote location.
The World Health Organisation states that there is no level of airborne dust that has been shown to be safe. The severity of the health damage, however, will primarily depend on the size of the dust particle itself.
PM10 particles, which have an aerodynamic diameter less than 10 micrometers, are tiny particles found in smoke or dust. Many people experience coughing, eye stinging, or more serious conditions as a result of these microscopic particles getting into their throat and lungs.
When exposed to PM10 particles, those with pre-existing medical conditions—particularly those that are related to respiratory or heart conditions—may experience symptoms that are worse.
Dust has the potential to cause breathing problems for some animals and plant mortality in the local wildlife and vegetation. A strong monitoring programme with high-quality equipment is required to demonstrate the effects of dust on the environment and human health as well as the efficacy of mitigation measures.
Dust can be produced by a variety of industrial processes, such as drilling and blasting during mining operations, diesel emissions, pollens, fires, and soil, and it may also contain different metals.
To assess the impact on neighbouring communities and to safeguard the health of their workforce, many businesses implement dust monitoring programmes.
A continuous flow sampling pump, suitable cyclones, and filter cartridges can all be included in dust monitoring equipment. The filter gathers the respirable substances, which are subsequently sent to a lab for analysis and measurement in milligrammes per cubic metre.
Finally, dust monitoring systems play an important role in protecting workers’ health and safety, preserving the integrity of equipment and machinery, and promoting environmental sustainability in industrial settings.
Dust exposure can cause major health concerns, equipment malfunctions, and environmental damage, and real-time monitoring of dust levels is critical for identifying and mitigating these risks.
Industrial operators may assure compliance with regulations and guidelines, minimise downtime and maintenance costs, and provide a safer and more sustainable working environment for their staff by selecting and maintaining an appropriate dust monitoring system.
Continuous awareness of the necessity of dust monitoring and mitigation techniques will be critical in preventing the detrimental impacts of dust in industrial settings.